CITY OF CINCINNATI POLICE CHIEF
Salary: $101,000 - $138,000 (Dependent on Qualifications)
Early Priority Deadline: Friday, July 19, 2013 (Open Until Filled)
The Police Chief, who reports directly to the City Manager, organizes, directs, and controls all resources of the Police Department for the most efficient discharge of its duty, identifies and responds to sensitive community and organizational issues, concerns, and needs; provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Mayor, City Council and the City Manager.
The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology or a related field and have a minimum of ten years of progressive managerial experience at the Assistant Police Chief/Captain or equivalent levels having served an urban metropolitan population of 100,000 or more.
If a candidate wishes to gain or maintain full police powers in the State of Ohio, they must possess or receive OPOTA certification through the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. OPOTA certification is not a requirement for the position of Police Chief at this time. The City of Cincinnati's Charter allows the appointment of a Police Chief based upon executive and administrative qualifications in the field of law enforcement.
Preferred candidates will possess a Master’s degree in Public Administration or related field and certification from the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute, Law Enforcement Executive Program Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program or Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Institute
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidate will be expected to comply with the City's residency requirement within six months of appointment. Must have a valid Driver's License at the time of appointment and obtain a valid Ohio Driver’s License within 30 days of appointment.
TO APPLY: Visit www.cincinnati-oh.gov and click “Jobs with the City” under Quick Links.
INFORMATION CONTACT: Darrell Ludlowfirstname.lastname@example.org
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All finalists will be subject to a background investigation examining
criminal, credit and driving histories.
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